2157 Research in Tax Accounting
Univ.Prof. Dr. Eva Eberhartinger, LL.M.(Exeter), Prof. Dr. Caren Sureth-Sloane
Weekly hours
Language of instruction
09/01/23 to 10/18/23
Registration via LPIS
Notes to the course
This class is only offered in winter semesters.
Day Date Time Room
Wednesday 11/15/23 01:00 PM - 05:00 PM D3.0.237
Thursday 11/16/23 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM D3.0.237
Friday 11/17/23 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM D3.0.237
The course is designed to give an introduction to current topics and methods in tax accounting research, with a particular focus on research in the areas of empirical and analytical research, and the respective literature streams. It is particularily relevant for young researchers who yet had little contact with tax accounting research.
Learning outcomes
Students will be able to identify promising research projects, and to relate research questions to the scholarly environment.
Attendance requirements

> 80%

Teaching/learning method(s)
Presentation, paper reading, discussion

Active participation in coursework (45%), presentation (10%), and discussion (45%).

Prerequisites for participation and waiting lists
Admittance to DIBT

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Recommended previous knowledge and skills
Knowledge of Corporate Taxation, and of Financial Reporting
DIBT focuses on high-quality academic education and internationally competitive research. It is aimed at future elite scholars and provides interdisciplinary training in taxation of enterprises‘ cross-border activities, drawing on and combining the core disciplines public finance, international tax law, and cross-border tax management. By expanding academic education to non-traditional yet highly relevant disciplines such as economic psychology, history, political science, ethics, and legal philosophy as well as organizational behavior and decision making, a broad horizon and a more comprehensive approach to research questions is achieved. All courses are taught in English.
Last edited: 2023-09-07